Monday, September 17, 2012

New Books Out This Week 9/17

These are the new books I'm obsessing over this week:

By: Jennifer L. Armentrout
After dying in a car accident, Ember is brought back to life by her sister.  Only now she can't touch anyone or they'll die, which sucks.  Then she meets a (cute) guy who's adopted father can help, but Ember doesn't exactly trust someone who collects children w/ special abilities.  And she's finding out maybe her accident wasn't actually an accident after all...
I think it sounds GREAT!!!  I'm definitely reading this one!
By: Gretchen McNeil
Ten teens.  Three Days.  One Killer.
Sounds like a late 90's YA (Christopher Pike-ish), and I love that!
By: Jenny Han & Siobhan Vivian
I've been anxiously awaiting this one although I wasn't aware that it was a series!!
Still, 3 girls out for revenge sounds good!!  And I'm a sucker for alternating POV books.
By: Kat Zhang
An alt. world where everyone has two souls in one body, but Eva/Addie aren't settling the way they should.  Sounds super interesting.
By: Malinda Lo
I LOVE this cover!!  It's a fantasy book and a series, so it's not something I'm dying to read, but I just love the name and the cover!
By: Maggie Stiefvater
From the author who wrote the Shiver books and The Scorpion Races.  I don't even know how to explain this one, but it looks really imaginative.  Plus it seems like it's on everyones TBR List for fall :)
By: Suzy Cox
This book sounds so CUTE!  A girl gets hit by a train and must solve the mysterious circumstances of her death before she's allowed to cross over.  Luckily (or not) she has the help of the Dead Girls Detective Agency.
That's a lot of good books this week!!  I can't wait to get some of these!  Which ones do you like??
*All links go to Goodreads

1 comment:

  1. I'm waiting for What's left of Me and The Raven Boys!!

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